US first lady defends Trump over alleged 'loser' recovery

Melania Trump on Friday defended her husband against allegations that he referred to US Marines buried in WWII Cemetery in France as "losers" and "fathers-in-law".

US first lady defends Trump over alleged 'loser' recovery

In an extraordinary public statement, the first lady of the United States dismissed the allegations in an article published in Atlantic magazine as "not true."

He tweeted, "This is a very dangerous time when anonymous sources are the most trusted, and no one knows their motivation. This is not journalism - this is activism. And this there is enmity for the people of our great nation. " .

On Thursday, the Atlantic reported - citing four unnamed sources who said they were already aware of the debates - that President Donald Trump had ordered American Marines buried in World War I cemetery in France. It was known’ as "defeat" and "success". Killed in the operation

In November 2018, when he visited France to mark the centenary of the end of the Great War, Trump did not visit the Aisne-Marne American Cemetery near Paris as planned.

But the magazine made this version of events controversial.

The response was swift, and Trump sent a barrage of tweets in his defense.

"Like most magazines, Atlantic Magazine is dying, so they make up a fake story to match it," the president wrote, referring to the president's briefing to White House reporters. The report was dismissed’ as "infamous".


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